Three Bullocks and a Lion
Three bullocks were once quietly grazing in a field of grass. They were startled by a roaring sound and a lion charging in their direction. The bullocks sprinted as quickly as they could due of their fear.
The first bullock dashed over to a well and dove in. The second bullock made its way to a barn and ducked inside the door. The third bullock raced up to a tree and climbed as high as he could.
The bullocks evaded the lion's attempts to catch them with roars and growls because they were moving too quickly. The lion sat down and panted in frustration as he attempted to collect his breath.
The third bullock, who had climbed the tree, yelled to the lion as it was sitting there. "Why, Mr. Lion, are you pursuing us? We are considerably smaller and weaker than you. , ,,,,,,,,,,,"
The lion answered: "Because it is in my nature to hunt, I am pursuing you. You are my prey, and I am a predator. It's how the world operates."
The third bullock paused to reflect before speaking "However, there is enough food for everyone in the fields. We don't need to chase and fight one another. We can coexist peacefully and share the land's riches."
The bullock's sage advice caught the lion off guard, and he gave it some thinking. The lion paused for a second before saying, "My friend, you are correct. We may live side by side in harmony and share the land's resources. I appreciate you making this point to me."
The lion and the three bullocks thereafter grew close and lived happily ever after, sharing the field's resources and coexisting in peace.
The lesson of the story is that even if different creatures have a tendency to hunt or battle one another, it is still possible for them to coexist peacefully. Instead of always fighting and hurting each other, it is crucial to develop methods to cohabit and share resources.